Most of us have heard that high protein diets cause bone loss and kidney damage… where does this idea come from and is there any truth to it??
This is the first episode of a new series I’ll be doing on the channel called Myth Bust Monday! I hope you guys enjoy and let me know if there is any common myth or topic you’d like to hear me cover in the comments. Happy new year!!
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Lets Get 300 Likes and Favourites For Next Black Ops 2 Video! Lets go 😀 SUBSCRIBE For More Black Ops 2! Follow Me On Twitter! twitter.com Like On Facebook! www.facebook.com Visit My Channel here! www.youtube.com Pin My Channel to Never Miss a Video! bit.ly Thanks, LynxWarlord (Alex) This video will show you: “how to get ready for black ops 2” “how to play black ops 2” “how to get black ops 2” “how to get better at black ops 2” “how to get better at cod” “how to play cod” Video Dialogue Hey whats going on guys it is LynxWarlord here and in this video I’m bringing you some Quick tips on Black ops 2. And Today I’m going to be talking about damage and Health , and how you can be ready to deal with the changes in the health and damage system, once you have black ops 2. Now the reason its important to know about the health and damage system is because if we look at mw2 and black ops 1, there is a clear contrast in how weapon damage and player health is effected. In MW2 the guns were very powerful and would kill very quickly, kind of like mw3. But in Black ops 1 the guns were balanced in a way that they could kill someone fast, but not near as fast as they could in mw2. The way to look at it is like this — in MW3 you could get shot by someone you haven’t seen and be killed. But in black ops if the same person shot you, you would have time to turn and find that person and even shoot back. The reson this is like this in the different games is because they have been balanced …